CN105592764B - Cleaner head for vacuum cleaner - Google Patents

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CN105592764B
CN105592764B CN201480054195.6A CN201480054195A CN105592764B CN 105592764 B CN105592764 B CN 105592764B CN 201480054195 A CN201480054195 A CN 201480054195A CN 105592764 B CN105592764 B CN 105592764B
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D.艾斯利
T.麦克维伊
S.B.考特尼
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47LDOMESTIC WASHING OR CLEANING; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47L9/00Details or accessories of suction cleaners, e.g. mechanical means for controlling the suction or for effecting pulsating action; Storing devices specially adapted to suction cleaners or parts thereof; Carrying-vehicles specially adapted for suction cleaners
    • A47L9/02Nozzles
    • A47L9/04Nozzles with driven brushes or agitators
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A46BRUSHWARE
    • A46BBRUSHES
    • A46B13/00Brushes with driven brush bodies or carriers
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A46BRUSHWARE
    • A46BBRUSHES
    • A46B7/00Bristle carriers arranged in the brush body
    • A46B7/06Bristle carriers arranged in the brush body movably during use, i.e. the normal brushing action causing movement
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A46BRUSHWARE
    • A46BBRUSHES
    • A46B9/00Arrangements of the bristles in the brush body
    • A46B9/02Position or arrangement of bristles in relation to surface of the brush body, e.g. inclined, in rows, in groups
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A46BRUSHWARE
    • A46BBRUSHES
    • A46B9/00Arrangements of the bristles in the brush body
    • A46B9/02Position or arrangement of bristles in relation to surface of the brush body, e.g. inclined, in rows, in groups
    • A46B9/026Position or arrangement of bristles in relation to surface of the brush body, e.g. inclined, in rows, in groups where the surface of the brush body or carrier is not in one plane, e.g. not flat
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47LDOMESTIC WASHING OR CLEANING; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47L9/00Details or accessories of suction cleaners, e.g. mechanical means for controlling the suction or for effecting pulsating action; Storing devices specially adapted to suction cleaners or parts thereof; Carrying-vehicles specially adapted for suction cleaners
    • A47L9/02Nozzles
    • A47L9/04Nozzles with driven brushes or agitators
    • A47L9/0405Driving means for the brushes or agitators
    • A47L9/0422Driving means for the brushes or agitators driven by the rotation of the supporting wheels on which the nozzle travels over the floor
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47LDOMESTIC WASHING OR CLEANING; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47L9/00Details or accessories of suction cleaners, e.g. mechanical means for controlling the suction or for effecting pulsating action; Storing devices specially adapted to suction cleaners or parts thereof; Carrying-vehicles specially adapted for suction cleaners
    • A47L9/02Nozzles
    • A47L9/06Nozzles with fixed, e.g. adjustably fixed brushes or the like
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47LDOMESTIC WASHING OR CLEANING; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47L9/00Details or accessories of suction cleaners, e.g. mechanical means for controlling the suction or for effecting pulsating action; Storing devices specially adapted to suction cleaners or parts thereof; Carrying-vehicles specially adapted for suction cleaners
    • A47L9/02Nozzles
    • A47L9/06Nozzles with fixed, e.g. adjustably fixed brushes or the like
    • A47L9/068Nozzles combined with a different cleaning side, e.g. duplex nozzles or dual purpose nozzles
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A46BRUSHWARE
    • A46BBRUSHES
    • A46B2200/00Brushes characterized by their functions, uses or applications
    • A46B2200/30Brushes for cleaning or polishing
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47LDOMESTIC WASHING OR CLEANING; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47L9/00Details or accessories of suction cleaners, e.g. mechanical means for controlling the suction or for effecting pulsating action; Storing devices specially adapted to suction cleaners or parts thereof; Carrying-vehicles specially adapted for suction cleaners
    • A47L9/02Nozzles
    • A47L9/04Nozzles with driven brushes or agitators
    • A47L9/0461Dust-loosening tools, e.g. agitators, brushes
    • A47L9/0466Rotating tools
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Abstract

One kind being used for the cleaner head (8) of vacuum cleaner (2), including blender, the blender is the form of brush bar (18), which includes multiple sealing materials (52) for radially extending mane (46) and being disposed between mane (46).Extend in the substantially entire circumferential and axial range in brush bar region of the sealing material (52) between mane (46).The cleaner head (8) further includes shell (22), shell (22) limits chamber (24), chamber (24) is at least partly around brush bar, dirty air import in the low portion of chamber (24), and front opening, exposure brush bar (18) at the front of shell (22).Brush bar (18) is supported for rotating and being disposed in about shell (22) in chamber (24) so that brush bar (18) is sealed against shell (22) to which limitation is flowed across the air of front opening.

Description

Cleaner head for vacuum cleaner
Technical field
The present invention relates to a kind of cleaner heads for vacuum cleaner, and particularly, but non-exclusive, are related to a kind of use In the cleaner head of hand-held vacuum cleaner.
Background technique
Cleaner head for vacuum cleaner generally includes brush bar, which is located in shell.Suction opening is provided In the lower surface of shell, it is typically considered bottom plate, the air for carrying foul passes through the opening and is aspirated into cleaner Head.
Problem relevant to traditional cleaner head is between bottom plate and surface to be cleaned to keep picking up performance And the close distance needed means that biggish clast tends to push through surface to be cleaned by cleaner head rather than wears It crosses suction opening and is aspirated into cleaner head.
Summary of the invention
According to the first aspect of the invention, a kind of cleaner head for vacuum cleaner is provided, the cleaner head packet Blender and shell are included, which is the form of brush bar, which includes that multiple radially extend and is disposed in mane at mane Between sealing material, prolong in the substantially entire circumferential and axial range in region of the sealing material in brush bar between mane It stretches, which limits chamber, and the chamber is at least partly around brush bar;Dirty air import, in the low portion of chamber;And front is opened Mouthful, the exposure brush bar at the front of shell, the brush bar is supported for rotating about shell and is disposed in intracavitary so that brush bar is close The air against shell to limitation across front opening is sealed to flow.
Sealing material can be deformable material.Particularly, sealing material can be elastic deformable material.
Brush bar can generally close off front opening.
The radial extension of mane can be equal to the radial extension of sealing material.The radial extension of mane can be greater than sealing material Radial extension.
Cleaner head can be provided that supporting element, be used to support cleaner head in surface to be cleaned, brush bar is by cloth It sets so that mane contacts surface to be cleaned in use.Mane can extend below supporting element.
The sealing material can be arranged so that sealing material passes through supporting element from surface to be cleaned interval in use It opens.
Front opening can be limited by the top leading edge and opposite side edge of shell.The top leading edge can be in the rotation of brush bar On shaft axis.The top leading edge can be in the lower section at the top of brush bar.
Front opening can extend in the plane in front of the longitudinal axis of brush bar.At least part of brush bar can project through Front opening.
The top that the top section of shell can cross brush bar extends forward to form protector, prevents clast remote by brush bar Shrinking away from theshell body is got rid of upwards.
Sealing material seals against the inner surface of the front part of shell.
Mane can be arranged to multiple rows of (starting element), be longitudinally extended about brush bar.Sealing material may include tufted material Material.
Mane may include carbon fiber mane, radially have the hardness bigger than sealing material hardness.
Cleaner head may include rear portion roller.
According to the second aspect of the invention, provide a kind of vacuum cleaner here, including with the first aspect of the present invention Consistent cleaner head.
According to the third aspect of the invention we, provide a kind of brush bar here, the brush bar include it is multiple radially extend mane and The sealing material being disposed between mane, the substantially entire circumferential direction and axis in the region of brush bar of the sealing material between mane Extend in range.
Sealing material can be deformable material.Particularly, sealing material can be elastic deformable material.
The radial extension of mane can be equal to the radial extension of sealing material.
The radial extension of mane can be greater than the radial extension of sealing material.
The sealing material may include tufted material.It is from 1x10 that the sealing material, which can have range,5Ω/sq to 1x1012Ω/ The surface resistivity of sq.
Mane may include carbon fiber mane.Carbon fiber mane can have bigger than sealing material hardness radially Hardness.
Carbon fiber mane can have 1x103Ω/sq and 1x106Surface resistivity between Ω/sq.With in this model The selection of the material of the surface resistivity enclosed can ensure that any electrostatic in floor surface by the second agitation means effectively It is discharged.The value of surface resistivity discussed here is measured using detection method ASTMD 257.
The diameter of each mane can be not more than 10 μm.Mane can be arranged to multiple rows of, be longitudinally extended about brush bar.Often The width of row can be not more than 5mm, such as no more than 2mm.Mane row can be arranged to substantially coiled arrangement, surround or partly enclose Extend around brush bar.
The bristle densities of mane are no less than every 10000 mane of 10mm length.The bristle densities of no less than 10000 manes are special Not effectively, because it provides effective sealing of the brush bar against ontology.Brush bar includes mane row, has the width less than 2mm Degree and the bristle densities greater than 10000, are expected the good sealing characteristics of offer and fine dust picks up performance.Every mane Length can be between 4mm and 8mm.
Particularly, brush bar includes carbon fiber mane, has the diameter no more than 10 μm and the length between 4mm and 8mm Degree, and its row of being arranged to, which has the bristle densities of no less than every 10mm10000 mane, it is contemplated that picking up from hard surface It rises in dirt and dust especially effectively.
Detailed description of the invention
In order to better understand the present invention, in order to be more clearly shown that how the present invention is performed, the present invention now will only It is described by way of example with reference to following attached drawing:
Fig. 1 is the perspective view of hand-held vacuum cleaner;
Fig. 2 is the perspective view of the cleaner head of vacuum cleaner shown in Fig. 1;
Fig. 3 is the front view of cleaner head shown in Figure 2;
Fig. 4 is the side view of cleaner head shown in Figure 2;
Fig. 5 is the rearview of cleaner head shown in Figure 2;
Fig. 6 is the underside view of cleaner head shown in Figure 2;
Fig. 7 is the cross-sectional view along the transverse direction of cleaner head shown in Figure 2.
Specific embodiment
Fig. 1 shows hand-held vacuum cleaner 2, including main body 4, stick 6 and cleaner head 8.
Main body 4 includes separation system 10 (it is the form of cyclone separator), is arranged to draw air across segregative line The motor and impeller (sightless) of system 10 and for the power supply 12 form of battery (its for) for arriving motor of power.Main body 4 With handle 14 (it is grasped by user) and clean air outlet 16, the air for having passed through separation system 10 passes through the outlet and is arranged Out.
Stick 6 is attached to main body 4 at one end and is attached to cleaner head 8 in the other end.Stick 6 provides cleaner head Fluid communication between 8 and separation system 10, and cleaner head 8 is supported during use.
Fig. 2 to Fig. 7 shows the cleaner head 8 under separate state.The cleaner head 8 includes that (it is brush bar 18 to blender Form), rear portion roller 20 and shell 22, the shell 22 limit chamber 24, brush bar 18 and rear portion roller 20 are at least partly by cloth It sets in the chamber 24.
The shell 22 is connected to stick by pivoting device 26, which includes upper and lower part pivot fitting 28,30, which can be such that cleaner head 8 pivots about the deflection of stick 6 and pitching.It is flexible soft Pipe 32 extends into the upper area of chamber 24 from the coupling part of pivoting device 26 34.The end limit for extending into chamber 24 of hose 32 Fixed to export 36 (showing in figs. 6 and 7) from the chamber of chamber 24, air passes through chamber outlet 36 and is aspirated into stick 6 and passes through segregative line System 10.
The brush bar 18 and rear portion roller 20 their corresponding end each place by side wall 38,40 of shell 22 Support.The brush bar 18 and rear portion roller 20 are each pivotably supported by side wall 38,40, so that they can be rotated about shell 22.
With reference to Fig. 7, brush bar 18 includes core 42 (it is the form of hard tube), 44 quilt of brush bar motor (not shown) and speed changer It is arranged in the hard tube.Motor and speed changer 44 are arranged to driving brush bar 18.The brush bar 18 include four mane strips 46, also by Referred to as " starting element " is circumferentially spaced around core 42.Mane strip 46 with identical separation angle (namely 90 degree) from It is separated from each other.Each mane strip 46 includes the row of the mane radially extended, is kept by positioning strip 48.Mane can be densely It is crowded with, or is spaced apart as a Cong Cong or is independently spaced apart.
Each mane strip 46 is about brush bar 18 longitudinally and circumferentially with the extension of substantially coiled arrangement.Each mane strip 46 exists 90 degree of angle was extended circumferentially over upon in the length of brush bar 18.The positioning strip 48 of each mane strip 46 is fixed to core 42, In corresponding groove 50, which is arranged in the outer surface of core 42.Each groove 50 has along each of groove 50 The opposite lip at edge, the lip and positioning strip 48 are interlocked so that mane strip 46 is fixed to core 42.
Sealing material material strip 52 is fixed to the outer surface of core, between mane strip 46.The sealing material is locally variable Shape, so that the clast of indentation material is at least partly surrounded by material.The sealing material can be also elasticity so as to once broken Bits have been removed, and material is restored to nominal shape.It should be understood, however, that the centrifugal force acted in brush bar 18 during use can incite somebody to action Sealing material is restored to its nominal shape.
In the shown embodiment, sealing material is tufted material.The material can, for example, be the tufted material with short close suede Material, and can be formed by the filament for being woven into fabric substrate.The filament of suede can by nylon, or with relatively low hardness other are suitable When material manufactures.The hardness of tufted sealing material will depend on the elastic property of material, and filament diameter, thread-length and suede are close Degree.In the shown embodiment, which manufactures and has the filament of between 30 μm and 50 μm (preferably 30 μm) by nylon Diameter, the thread-length of 0.005m and 60000 filaments/25mm2Suede density.The sealing material is not required as tufted material Material, but can be foamed material, such as other materials appropriate of closed-cell foam material or offer flowing limitation enough.It will reason Solution, although deformable sealing material is preferably, this is not necessary.
There are four sealing material material strips 52 in total.The thickness (namely radial depth) of each sealing material material strip 52 is substantially not Become, and sealing strip 52 is substantially the same.
The outer surface of hard tube 42 of each of the sealing material material strip 52 between adjacent mane strip 46 substantially entire radial and Extend on axial range.For example, each of sealing material material strip 52 can be in 75 to 90 degree of brush bar 18, the angle of preferably 80 to 90 degree Circumferential range on extend.Gap 54 can be formed between one or more mane strips 46 and adjacent sealing material material strip 52. In the shown embodiment, each of sealing material material strip 52 extended 80 degree of angle and extended 5 degree angle each gap 54 be formed on each mane strip 46 every side (reference label be provided to only one mane strip 46 it is on opposite sides between Gap 54).Gap 54 allows mane strip 46 to be slightly bent in the case where not contacting sealing material material strip 52.It will be understood that sealing material Material strip 52 can abut mane strip 46 and be provided between sealing material material strip 52 and mane so as to very close to each other.This is expected to improve close Seal effect.
Less or more mane strip 46 can be provided that the sealing material material strip 52 of respective numbers is made in this case With.For example, two or three mane strips 46 can be provided that.
The radical length of mane strip 46 is greater than the radical length of sealing material material strip 52.That is the end of mane strip 46 and Radial distance between the rotation axis of brush bar 18 is greater than between the periphery of sealing material material strip 52 and the rotation axis of brush bar 18 Radial distance.The radius of brush bar 18 is defined as the distance between axis and end of mane strip 46 of brush bar 18.
The mane of mane strip 46 is preferably manufactured by the harder material of the sealing material than being disposed between mane strip 46.It should Mane strip may include carbon fiber filament, which has the thickness between 5 μm and 10 μm, preferably 7 μm of thickness.Institute Show in embodiment, the bristle densities of a length of 5.9mm of carbon fiber filament and mane strip 46 are (namely in the every mm length of mane strip 46 The quantity of filament) it is 12000 manes in every 10mm.Mane is arranged to tie, along each mane strip 46 longitudinal direction from It is separated from each other.There are 6 bundles in every 10mm length of each mane strip 46.
Rear portion roller 20 includes core 56, which is the form for the solid shafting being enclosed in tufted material strips.The tufted Material can be identical as the tufted material of brush bar 18.
The downside of shell 22 is unlimited.In the shown embodiment, shell 22 includes that heel slab 58 (is shown in Fig. 6 In), which extends transversely with from one of the side wall 38,40 of shell to another about cleaner head 8.Wheel 60 The supporting element of form is supported by bottom plate 58.Wheel 60 be set into bottom plate 58 so as to only each wheel 60 low portion the bottom of from Plate 58 is prominent.
Each side wall 38,40 has lower edge 62,64.Bottom plate 28 has guidance edge 66, is working edge, under One of portion edge 62,64 extends to another.The lower edge 62,64 of the side wall 38,40 and the guidance edge 66 of bottom plate 58 The side and rear perimeter edge of the dirty air import 68 of chamber 24 are limited together.
The front circumference edge of the dirty air import 68 is limited by brush bar 18.Particularly, the front week of dirty air import 68 While being limited by the radial periphery of the lowest part of sealing material material strip 52.
Wheel 60 supports cleaner head in surface to be cleaned so that bottom plate 58, side wall 38,40 and sealing material material strip 52 are spaced apart from the surface.In the shown embodiment, brush bar 18 is arranged such that sealing material material strip 52 from will be by clean table Face interval opens an amount, which provides gap of the sealing material material strip 52 from surface, but it does not damage sealing material material strip 52 and surface Between sealing effect.
Bottom plate 58 and side wall 38,40 are further spaced apart from surface to be cleaned compared to sealing material material strip 52.Rear portion Sealing strip 70 is therefore along the neighbouring guidance edge 66 in downside for being provided at bottom plate 58.Side seal item 71,72 is also along side wall 38,40 Lower edge 62,64 be provided.During use, sealing strip 70,71,72 be arranged to be sealed against will be by clean table Face.Sealing strip 70,71,72 includes having the material of suede, such as tufted textile/similar brush fabric, with suitable material The filament of manufacture, such as nylon.
Shell 22 has top leading edge 74, extends transversely with about cleaner head 8.Top leading edge 74 is in brush bar 18 Rotation axis on, and under the top of brush bar 18.Brush bar 18 extends to the front of top leading edge 74.Top leading edge 74 and side wall 38,40 leading edge 75,77 (showing in figures 3 and 4) limit chamber 24 front opening.
The inner surface for limiting the front area of the shell 22 of a part of chamber 24 bends over the top of brush bar 18.Chamber 24 The radius of curvature of inner surface corresponds to the radius of the end of mane strip 46.The front area for closing on leading edge 74 of shell 22 provides Protection prevents clast from suddenly being got rid of upwards and/or forward by brush bar 18 during use.It should be understood, however, that in alternate embodiment In, shell is not required to be arranged as protector, nor is it necessary that the front for extending to the top of brush bar 18.It will be understood that between small Gap can be provided that the interference between the end to prevent mane and shell 22.Brush bar 18 is arranged such that sealing material constrains in Flowing between the inner surface of the shell of brush bar 18 and adjacent front edge 74.
Spacer 76 is disposed in chamber 24 between brush bar 18 and chamber outlet 36.The spacer is horizontal about cleaner head 8 Stirring in front of the deposition region 24a and spacer 76 that ground extends and chamber 24 is divided between spacer 76 and chamber outlet 36 Region 24b.
Spacer 76 includes antetheca 78 and rear wall 80, which extends across chamber 24.Antetheca 78 is at every end by shell 22 side wall 38,40 supports.Antetheca 78 is generally tangentially extending in the plane of brush bar 18, and about the vertical of cleaner head 8 Direction tilts backwards.Antetheca 78 has the top edge 84 and lower edge 82 that the length along antetheca 78 extends.Lower edge 82 The first clast opening 86 is limited with side wall 38,40, which is open below antetheca 78, is the form of slot.First clast Opening 86 extends along the direction for the rotation axis for being parallel to brush bar 18.
Rear wall 80 is disposed between antetheca 78 and chamber outlet 36, and is in substantially parallel relationship to antetheca from the upper area of chamber 24 edge 78 direction extends downwardly.
Rear wall 80 has coupling part 88, abuts shell 22.Coupling part 88 has leading edge 90.The top of antetheca 78 The leading edge 90 of edge 84 and coupling part 88 limits the second clast opening 92, is the form of slot.Second clast opening, 92 edges The direction for being parallel to the rotation axis of brush bar 18 extends.Leading edge 90 be substantially in the rotation axis of brush bar 18 phase same level and Lip is formed, which is suspended from the top edge 84 of antetheca 78 (namely rotation axis of the leading edge 90 about brush bar 18 It is radially protruded from top edge 84).
Antetheca 78 and rear wall 80 limit clast recovery approach, which downwardly and forwardly extends from the second clast opening 92. The channel is open in the deposition region 24a of chamber 24 at lower end.Coupling part 88 between rear wall 80 and leading edge 90 one Part has inclined front surface 94, and the vertical direction of the 94 relative clean device head 8 of surface turns forward between 35 degree and 65 degree Angle.The inclined front surface 94 formed for by clast along being deflected down by the channel that antetheca and rear wall 78,80 limit Deflector.
In use, the cleaner head of vacuum cleaner 2 is placed on the ground, such as the ground with hard surface.Clearly Clean device head 8 is supported on a surface by roller 60, so that lower part week of the sealing strip 70,71,72 together with the sealing material of brush bar 18 While being sealed against surface to be cleaned.Chamber 24 is therefore by sealing strip 70,71,72 and the sealing material 52 of brush bar 18 around dirty The periphery of air intlet 68 is sealed.Additionally, brush bar 18 is sealed against table in the top of shell 22 at adjacent front edge 74 Face.
Under the background of specification, belonging to that " sealing " will be understood to mean can during 2 use of vacuum cleaner Maintain predetermined pressure difference.For example, it is assumed that being passed through during normal use (namely when be used to clean hard/firm surface) The air flowing of chamber 24, which is limited to, is enough to keep at least pressure difference of 0.65kPa between the inside and ambient enviroment of chamber 24 Amount, chamber 24 can be considered as sealing.Similarly, brush bar 18 can be considered being sealed against shell 22, if passing through front opening Air flow through brush bar 18 be limited to cause during normal use between the inside and ambient enviroment of chamber 24 at least The pressure difference of 0.65kPa is kept.
Motor and impeller draw air across the dirty air import 68 in shell 22 and enter chamber 24, and are upward through chamber outlet 36, it passes through stick 6 and enters separation system 10.Foul be discharged before clean air outlet 16 by separation system 10 from It is extracted in air.
Brush bar 18 is driven along forward direction (it is the counter clockwise direction in Fig. 7).Brush bar 18 is in relatively high rotation speed It is driven under degree, such as between 600rpm and 3000rpm, preferably between 600rpm and 1400rpm.Increasing rotation speed can be pre- Phase improves fine dust and picks up performance.Effect of boundary layer near sealing material 52 and mane strip 46 leads to the stirring region of chamber 24 The rotational flow of the direction of rotation along brush bar 18 in 24b.The rotational flow dynamically seals the front of brush bar 18 and shell 22 Gap between edge 74.This dynamic sealing of chamber 24 facilitates by further limiting the stream between brush bar 18 and shell 22 Pressure in dynamic holding chamber 24.
When cleaner head 8 is moved across surface to be cleaned, the distal contact surface of the mane of mane strip 46 and Clast is swept backward towards the first clast opening 85.Mane is removing tiny dust and stirring will be by clean table from crack It is especially effective in terms of compressed dust on face.Along mane strip 46 every side extend gap 54 mane be extruded to The bending of mane is adapted to when by the surface on ground.
When cleaner head 8 is moved across biggish clast (between the periphery and ground namely greater than sealing material The clast in gap) when, such as paddy, oat, wheaten food cereal or the like, sealing material 52 locally deformed by clast.
The local deformation of sealing material 52 ensures that, for most of biggish clast, cleaner head 8 will not ride up on clast, This will reduce sealing strip 70, and 71,72, the sealing effect between sealing material 52 and floor surface in brush bar 18.18 He of brush bar Thus sealing between surface to be cleaned is not adversely affected, and therefore effectively pick up performance and be kept.By sealing material The larger clast that material 52 substantially encloses then discharges the deposition region 24a for entering chamber 24 across the first clast opening 86 backward.Compared with Small clast or the clast for clinging ground, such as the dust being compacted, are stirred by mane strip 46 and are swept backward across first Clast opening 86 enters the deposition region 24a of chamber 24.The clast and other can be drawn through dirty air import directly up 68 clast is aspirated through chamber outlet 36 to separation system 10, as described above.
It will be understood that sealing material 52 is also deformed to adapt to the small variation in surface to be cleaned, without leading to surface It scrapes.
In some cases, clast has relatively high inertia, such as biggish clast (such as paddy or biggish dust Particle), bounce off the rear wall of the deposition region 24a of chamber 24, be passed back through the first clast opening 86, without be drawn up across Chamber outlet 36.Such clast and brush bar 18 are collided and are swept to be passed back through the first debris outlet 86 or by along spacer 76 The front surface of antetheca 78 92 driven up towards the second clast opening.The leading edge 90 of overhanging intercepts clast and rearwardly towards even The inclined front surface 94 of socket part point 88 guides the clast.Therefore the leading edge 90 of overhanging prevents clast by brush bar 18 along chamber 24 Inner surface is swept and is left across front opening.
It is downward with channel of the clast between the antetheca and rear wall 78,80 of spacer 76 of inclined front surface 94 collision Lead into the deposition region 24a of chamber 24.Some kinetic energy of clast are dispersed in each collision of clast and antetheca and rear wall 78,80, To reduce its inertia.Therefore, the clast of deposition region 24a is fallen into downwards along channel by flowing through the Air Entrainment of chamber 24 And separation system 10 is arrived in suction chamber outlet 36.
The front opening of shell 22 allow brush bar 18 be pushed upwardly the object in surface to be cleaned or against Wall, thus brush bar can adjacent object or wall pick up clast.This, which is improved, totally picks up performance.
Rear portion roller 20 is arranged to roll the clast in surface to be cleaned.Therefore, clast will not be along clear Clean surface scrapes, otherwise can scratch-off surface.
Cleaner head 8 is effective to small and big clast and picking up for the dust being compacted.Cleaner head 8 is hard Be on ground it is particularly effective, biggish clast protrudes from surface on a surface or dust is compacted on a surface.

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1. a kind of cleaner head for vacuum cleaner, comprising:
Blender, is the form of brush bar, and the brush bar includes multiple manes radially extended and is disposed between mane Sealing material extends in the substantially entire circumferential and axial range in region of the sealing material in brush bar between mane;
Shell limits chamber, and the chamber is at least partly around brush bar;Dirty air import, in the low portion of chamber;It is opened with front Mouthful, at the front of shell exposure brush bar, the brush bar be supported for about shell rotate and be disposed in it is intracavitary so that brush Stick is sealed against shell to which limitation is across the flowing of the air of front opening.
2. cleaner head as described in claim 1, wherein the sealing material is deformable material.
3. cleaner head as claimed in claim 1 or 2, wherein the brush bar generally closes off front opening.
4. cleaner head as claimed in claim 1 or 2, wherein the radial extension of mane is equal to the radial extension of sealing material.
5. cleaner head as claimed in claim 1 or 2, wherein the radial extension of mane is greater than the radial extension of sealing material.
6. cleaner head as claimed in claim 1 or 2, wherein the cleaner head is provided with and is used to support cleaner head and exists Supporting element in surface to be cleaned, brush bar are arranged such that mane contact surface to be cleaned in use.
7. cleaner head as claimed in claim 6, wherein the mane extends below supporting element.
8. cleaner head as claimed in claim 6, wherein the sealing material is arranged such that sealing material in use It is spaced apart by supporting element from surface to be cleaned.
9. cleaner head as claimed in claim 1 or 2, wherein the front opening is by the top leading edge of shell and opposite side It is edge limited.
10. cleaner head as claimed in claim 9, wherein the top leading edge is on the rotation axis of brush bar.
11. cleaner head as claimed in claim 9, wherein the lower section at top of the top leading edge in brush bar.
12. such as above-mentioned cleaner head of any of claims 1 or 2, wherein the front opening is in front of the longitudinal axis of brush bar Plane in extend.
13. cleaner head as claimed in claim 1 or 2, wherein at least part of brush bar projects through front opening.
14. cleaner head as claimed in claim 1 or 2, the top that wherein top section of shell crosses brush bar extends forward To form protector, prevent clast from being got rid of upwards by brush bar far from shell.
15. cleaner head as claimed in claim 14, wherein the sealing material is sealed against the interior of the front part of shell Surface.
16. cleaner head as claimed in claim 1 or 2, wherein the mane is arranged to multiple rows, about brush bar longitudinal direction Ground extends.
17. cleaner head as claimed in claim 1 or 2, wherein sealing material includes tufted material.
18. cleaner head as claimed in claim 1 or 2 radially has wherein the mane includes carbon fiber mane There is the hardness bigger than the hardness of sealing material.
19. cleaner head as claimed in claim 1 or 2, wherein cleaner head further includes rear portion roller.
20. a kind of vacuum cleaner, including cleaner head described in any one of the claims.
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